Via the Austrian Times:
A new anti-terror draft bill presented by the People’s Party (ÖVP) has sparked mixed reactions among opposition factions.
Johanna Mikl-Leitner, the ÖVP’s new interior minister, announced yesterday (Weds) she agreed with ÖVP Justice Minister Beatrix Karl that people who incite others to carry out terrorist acts should go to jail. The interior minister explained the new set of measures meant that someone who approved terror attacks in front of at least 30 people faces a prison term of two years from 2012. The current regulation mentions a group of 150 people as terror-backing people’s audience. Mikl-Leitner added that so-called "preachers of hate" and people who seek participants of terror camps would also go to jail if the bill got passed in the federal parliament.